"Of the Indian Inhabitants; their manners, customs, &c.", p. 131-188, contains a discussion of the Cuna Indians of Panama and their language as it compares to Irish and Scots Gaelic. Includes cardinal numbers in the Cuna language on p. 181-182 compared with cardinal numbers in the Gaelic language on p. 185-186, and a brief selection of vocabulary and phrases in the Cuna language on p. 187-188 Topics: Natural history, Cuna Indians, Indians of South America, Cuna language, Catalogs, Booksellers',...
byReforming Synod (1679-1680 : Boston, Mass.); Rawson, Grindal, 1659-1715; Company for Propagation of the Gospel in New England and the Parts Adjacent in America
English title page printed on p.  and Massachuset title page printed on p. . English and Indian texts printed on opposite pages Topics: Covenants (Church polity), Indians of North America, Massachuset language, Indian linguistics,...
byGage, Thomas, 1603?-1656; Fry, Thomas, d. 1769. fmo RIBRL; Marlow, M. fmo RIBRL; Love, Herbert. fmo RIBRL
Originally printed London, 1648 under title: The English-American his travail by sea and land: or, A new survey of the West-India's [sic]. In this edition, Chalmoner's poem and chapter 22 have been omitted Topics: Missions, Chocolate, Chocolate drinks, Cocoa, Mayas, Indians of Central America, Pokonchi language,...